This was our first stay along this particular coastal area. We prefer the "quieter" type of parks and not the wall to wall howdy neighbor style often found in high use areas. We were given an end site with a nice view of the dunes. The pad was not too level and I had to use my jack blocks but the end result was fine. Took a look at the restrooms and laundry and decided to use my own rig. We were there midweek and it was very quiet. The walk on the dunes is terrific but don't expect to get to the beach easily as the walk is probably 30 minutes. Don't expect to stay very long this winter as the park is filled up with construction workers for the nuclear plant repair. Diesel trucks and 3 shifts?? No thanks.
This wonderful gem in the middle of northeastern California is a refreshing stop for travelers using Interstate 395. They now have 18 holes of inexpensive golf as well as access to hiking and recreation in the Warner Mountains. This feels like cowboy country and the locals and staff are friendly and helpful. It's a casual atmosphere and well worth the stop. The road is now paved all the way to the RV area.
When we arrived the staff was very friendly and courteous, and directed us to a "crushed granite" site bordered by grass on one side and bushes on the other side. We had a nice view looking out over the vineyards. While the park is new and very clean most non concrete slab sites require one to exit onto the grass area. The grass was extremely wet and the sprinklers went on at least two times per night. There was very little room to put down a door mat and if it was touching the grass they made you move it so "you don't kill the grass". Needless to say (we have one dog) it was a constant battle to keep feet clean and not drag in all the wet dirt. The wet grass was more of a hazard than an amenity and anything left under the coach got wet when the sprinklers went on. The front office response was essentially "deal with it". Not a bad park, just bad site planning. For the money we expected a more user friendly site.